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harsh thakkar - 7 hours ago
adoption is the process done by them who has no biological child this process is very proud specially for Indian's #1
Vinnette - 4 days ago
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I'm a widow and would very much like to adopt a child or two. I've seen a nine year old girl from Virginia whom I'm very much interested in. Please advise on the steps of procedure. Thanks #2
Debra - 2 weeks ago
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I use to be a licensed foster parent and would love to do it again. #3
Linda francis - 2 months ago
Like to be a foster parent. Can ya help me #4
Summer - 2 months ago
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I was in foster care myself. I was adopted by my foster care mother. I would like to help others. Im trying to find out how to get involved. #5
Joanne - 3 weeks ago
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I have a neice that is having a baby for another couple. The man of the couple donated his sperm for the baby. Will the hospital let her put the father's and the adoptive mother's name on the birth certificate and not her own? #6
Jim - 10 months ago
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I have been associated with the foster care system in New York for several years and it seems that there is a great deal of time spent on the rights of birth parents and not enough time on what is really “right” for the child. There are many instances of birth parents that are “known” not to be able to provide and yet, the cycle continues. There seems to be an amount of time that is considered acceptable or expected by the professionals involved with the system. The minimum amount of time for the termination of parental rights seems to be about two (2) years. There are many instances of birth parents that are “known” not to be able to provide and yet, the cycle doesn’t change. Two years in the lives of children is a long, and in my opinion, too long for the system to take to make a formal decision about their disposition. This is especially true when a major deciding factor is known at the onset about the inability of the birth mother to provide due to her own disab #7
Cynthia - 1 year ago
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I have 3 children I am looking for. One born in 1986. But was born in Plano Texas. I don't know her exact birthday. The other 2 are siblings Angela Lynn Anderson born 10/07/2009 And Elizabeth Marie Anderson born 11/02/2010 #8
tracie - 1 year ago
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Hoping to fined my children #9
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